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con. hundreds of people, many dressed in costume, running down the street. >> everybody's running down broadway. >> we started running because we saw people running and we heard two really loud bangs. reporter: the shooter disappeared into the crowd. six people were injured. one died. >> people were taking cover. officers were running towards the shots. that is when we located victims. turnedr: taylor had just 20. he was a college football player in miami. >> [in audible] reporter: event organizers and the city's mayor sending condolences in the aftermath as the police search for the person who pulled the trigger. teenager pinned to
the ground by d.c. police spoke out today. he said the police had no right to treat him the way he did. aephen: jason and a video couple years ago to promote his high school. jason monday, when the police took him down and handcuffed him. he and two friends had left an atm when a police vehicle raced up to them. >> i saw a gun and pepper spray and nearly got hit by a car. : stephen he denounced the police action and with the police told him motivated it. >> a woman called and said you made her feel uncomfortable. stephen: 18-year-old michael brown, warning against texting and driving. brown used his cell phone to record the incident monday on capitol hill. the teenager say the police
detain them for two hours, then let them go. >> i have zero doubt if these young men were white, none of this would have happened. attorneytheir denounced the police action and called for changing policies. cited jason, today he recent incidents across the country and addressed why he ran when the officer jumped from his vehicle. >> my first instinct was to run because i do not want to die. an arlington man is facing charges of squatting in a church attic the past three years. they say the 42-year-old william parker has been staying in the attic of saint anne's catholic church. maintenance workers heard noises above the kitchen and called the police. they found a cooler and clothing. they said that parker would attend services, then wait until everybody had left and sneak into the attic. i hope there is a
compassionate way to do with him. >> how come nobody noticed? kellye: parker had at least one other run-in with the law, charged with burglary after he allegedly broke into another nearby church and stole several items, including food and a gift card. the police are searching for a peeping tom caught on camera at potomac mills mall in woodbridge. a man dressed as a woman spied on a mother and child inside of a bathroom stall. the mother say that he looked into the bathroom stall using a mirror and she believes he may have try to take photos. when she came out of the stall and confronted him, he took off. >> that's very creepy. people these days. they are getting worse and worse. it's very dangerous. kellye: the suspect matches the description of a man who did the same thing on may 15.
if you have information, contact prince william county police. university of maryland college park campus police are warning women about a guy who may be spying on women in a shower. the latest incident happened thursday night in cumberland hall. a woman was in the shower when she saw shoe standing outside of the exterior curtain. when she opened the interior curtain, she saw a man staring at her. he said sorry and ran off. woman earlier, the reported somebody holding a cell phone camera over the top of a shower stall, recording video of wicomico go -- in hall. mama's pizza is a fixture on martin luther king avenue in south east, but the owner cannot afford security cameras. she has been robbed five times. orgular customers found a vend to donate the cameras and started a gofundme page to cover the installation.
the gofundme page has already exceeded its target. the extra money will go to the shop owner to offset losses from the robbery. coming up -- a new trust in the fight to keep a local hospital open. how some groups are fighting back. and 7 on your side with a health alert. your workplace but you at risk for a stroke? devon: freeze warnings in effect, a really cold morning. forecast coming up. baby! mom! i love that we're spending the weekend together. oh i know! hey, why don't you turn off your phone and all yoyour stuff. good idea. it's off. mom? oh my internet is so slow when anyonelse is using it. did you like want to do something? i am doing something. leave slow downloads behind. it's good to be back.
the closure ofp laurel regional hospital. there is seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent the closure, saying that the management company violated its lease agreement. health matters, every four minutes, somebody dies of a stroke according to the american heart association. research finds that work stress can significantly increase your risk for a stroke. alison starling has the latest. alison: the daily grinding stress at work and take its toll. >> i do a lot of running.
it helps after work. alison: but long-term health effects can be deadly. that those ininds high stress jobs have a 22% increased risk for having a stroke. >> that is not surprising. n: this study looked at 138 thousand workers between the age of 18 and 70 five. the risk of stroke was highest for female employees, particularly those in jobs with high demands and little control. says that employer should take notice. >> they can really help oftribute to the health their employees by really trying to look at ways to restructure workersand really give more of a feeling of autonomy in their job. alison: when people are
stressed, they often turn to one healthy habits, like smoking, which contributes to the increased health risk. >> exercise often gets dropped off and we eat less healthy. when you are particularly stressed at work, take a break from the computer screen and smartphone and take a walk outside in nature. alison starling, abc 7 news. maryland state offices are closed while exterminators work on getting rid of a bedbug infestation. employees in the comptroller's office found the insects and their workspaces. the closure affects about 150 employees, said home with pay. this is the second time the offices will be treated for bedbugs. buildingan go from one to the next, and customers are coming in. a lot of them come from out of state. a lot of people can be affected
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fully open, and he is fully active. he will goal in exhibit next year. for now you will have to enjoy him on the panda cam. devon: he is almost getting too large for where he is. we need to get past the cold tomorrow morning. after that, and enjoyable week. is freezing, well into the 20's. 44 right now washington, 37 frederick. all of the 30's will be freezing tomorrow morning. did you get a sprinkle today? i was told by a viewer in smithsburg he had snow squall's today.
the wind was brisk today, out of the northwest at 10 to 20, but the breeze has gone away tonight and the skies have cleared, .llowing for a cold day the coldest start will be tomorrow morning. once we get past that in the sunshine pops out, even though the temperatures look chilly, it will feel tremendous. tuesday, back into mild days. resetting the forecast overnight , tomorrow morning lows, 37 downtown, 29 manassas, culpeper and luray 28. upperest zones, mid to 50's. some may come close to 60. mid to upper 50's in the southern zones. without the breeze, mid to upper 50's will feel great compared with today. monday into tuesday, cloud cover
, some high-altitude clouds. mostly sunny, fairly mild, right around 70 degrees. cast tomorrow, the only cloud cover may be in the morning. washington.owntown they completely sunny day, crystal clear blue skies, 58 degrees the afternoon high. don't think that will be cold. it is not like the 50's we had this weekend because it will be sunny and we will not have the wind. very nice, 70's wednesday and thursday, way above average for october. eventually it will cool, but that's a ways away. kellye: that's not bad for october. coming up -- base was sony and
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and was bricked over in the 1840's. >> because of the geometry of the building, it survived a and survived 1895 major renovations in the 1970's. fewye: it is one of only a labs of its kind in the world, and the only one in the u.s. to incorporated into a visitor center in the rotunda opening next year. after two years of renovation, the smithsonian's redwood gallery will reopen next month. 56 year-oldhe 1 structure may be under wraps, but there is a flurry of activity and side the first building in the united states specifically designed as an art museum gets a facelift. >> mechanical systems, heat and temperature control, plumbing, all the basics.
we could do a much better job by closing the building and addressing all these issues. reporter: preserving an historic structure and updating it for 21st-century art installations. >> every room had a different extent of damages and disrepair. through history, from the earthquake. reporter: the first exhibition, called "wonder," is already being installed. nine contemporary artists were chosen to fill the space. >> we have never filled it with artwork as big as the room. the designer of the vietnam veterans memorial used marble to re-create the chesapeake bay. memory of a strong marbles like these in her home when she was a little girl. it reminds you of how fragile the chesapeake bay watershed is. reporter: this may look like a
wall coverg, but it is naturally colored insects. and when a seattle-based artist wanted to fill his space with a tree, he made a cast of a live hemlock and re-created it with over a million pieces of cedar. >> we wanted to draw attention to the building. at the end of the day, the building is the most valuable object we have. reporter: larry smith, abc 7 news. kellye: the exhibition will be on display for six months when it reopens november 13. everyone is saying, "hey! you gotta get fios!" but why? well, fios is a 100 percent fiber optic network, so you can get 100% out of all your vices. so whatever speed you need, fios has it with the fastest internet and wi-fi available, from 50 to 500 mbps. but the main reason to get fios? we're rated number 1 in customer satisfaction. ulmately, that's why. get 50 meg fios internet, tv & phone starting at $79.99 a month. plus get $300 back with a two year agreement.
lost wednesday after 13 wins. but it is not all bad news. he walked away with over $400,000 and he will appear in the tournament of champions. when you lose and have that much money, it's not sad. at least a down payment for a house in the d.c. area. after wel going to win get past the cold tomorrow morning. freeze warnings in the morning. the seven day forecast, much better. kellye: have a great night.
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